Hello all - it's been a while. To be exact, it's been a little over a year since my last post. A lot has changed since then. I've officially settled into being an Austin resident, finished my first year of law school, and now I'm in the middle of OCI (on campus interviews) and callbacks. Throughout all of this, blogging, and really baking of any kind, fell to the wayside. Austin has spoiled me with it's plethora of vegan options, so for a while I found myself wanting to go out to eat more than cook at home. Also, my old apartment's kitchen was kind of horrendous and the natural lighting situation was even worse, soooo cooking and baking ceased to be a source of enjoyment and became a hassle and a mess. But this month I moved into a gorgeous apartment with tons of natural light and a much better kitchen, so I've been feeling the itch to bake.
I'm a huge brunch girl, so it seemed only right to break into my new kitchen with a brunch-y recipe. Enter these precious cinna-babies. When I was growing up, I used to love the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. My favorite part was the cream cheese frosting, but between me and my four younger siblings there never was enough frosting to go around. But don't fear! This recipe makes a big batch of frosting to really soak your cinnamon rolls in. These babies are the perfect addition to any brunch/breakfast gathering, and are sure to please even the pickiest cinnamon roll lover.